Ayurvedic medicine and TCM at the Mandira Bad Waltersdorf, StyriaAyurvedic medicine and TCM at the Mandira Bad Waltersdorf, Styria

Ayurvedic medicine, TCM and complementary medicine

Consultation and treatment: One of the pillars of European Ayurveda®

Pulse diagnosis is an essential component of Ayurvedic medicine, and the foundation of many treatment programmes. It forms the basis on which our team of experts design your tailor-made European Ayurveda® treatment plan. In addition to Ayurvedic diagnostics and therapies, we apply methods borrowed from TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and complementary medicine.

Traditional pulse diagnosis to determine your Dosha type

According to Ayurvedic medicine, the ratio of the three Doshas determines how healthy we are. We use pulse diagnosis to establish a patient’s Dosha combination. This is done by applying index, middle and ring fingers to the inside of each wrist, and feeling the pulse with varying amounts of pressure. Combined with a detailed analysis of dietary habits, digestion, sleep patterns and lifestyle, pulse diagnosis can help discern the condition of a patient’s body, mind and emotions. Disturbances help the practitioner make informed decisions about a person’s wellbeing. All the information gained in this way enables them to categorise a person as a Vata, Pitta or Kapha constitutional type, and to draw up a personalised treatment and nutrition programme. Pulse diagnosis is an essential component and foundation of many Ayurvedic treatments, and is carried out by our trained Ayurvedic physicians Gopakumar Gopinatha Pillai and Gramya Binson.

Ayurveda PLUS:

Ayurvedic medicine combined with TCM and alternative medicine

Whether it’s for a detox, weight loss, to remedy metabolic disorders or boost the immune system after illness, the combination of Ayurveda and complementary medical methods deepens the healing process, leading to inner calm and supporting self-awareness. Ayurveda PLUS is indicated in cases of exhaustion, sleep disorders, chronic back and joint problems, allergies, food intolerances, susceptibility to infections, general immune deficiency, asthma, inflammatory bowel disease, digestive disorders, heart and circulation problems and the symptoms of menopause.

Traditional pulse diagnosis to determine your Dosha type

According to Ayurvedic medicine, the ratio of the three Doshas determines how healthy we are. We use pulse diagnosis to establish a patient’s Dosha combination. This is done by applying index, middle and ring fingers to the inside of each wrist, and feeling the pulse with varying amounts of pressure. Combined with a detailed analysis of dietary habits, digestion, sleep patterns and lifestyle, pulse diagnosis can help discern the condition of a patient’s body, mind and emotions. Disturbances help the practitioner make informed decisions about a person’s wellbeing. All the information gained in this way enables them to categorise a person as a Vata, Pitta or Kapha constitutional type, and to draw up a personalised treatment and nutrition programme. Pulse diagnosis is an essential component and foundation of many Ayurvedic treatments, and is carried out by our trained Ayurvedic physicians Gopakumar Gopinatha Pillai and Gramya Binson.

Ayurveda PLUS:

Ayurvedic medicine combined with TCM and alternative medicine

Whether it’s for a detox, weight loss, to remedy metabolic disorders or boost the immune system after illness, the combination of Ayurveda and complementary medical methods deepens the healing process, leading to inner calm and supporting self-awareness. Ayurveda PLUS is indicated in cases of exhaustion, sleep disorders, chronic back and joint problems, allergies, food intolerances, susceptibility to infections, general immune deficiency, asthma, inflammatory bowel disease, digestive disorders, heart and circulation problems and the symptoms of menopause.

Our Ayurvedic physicians
Mr Gopakumar Gopinatha PillaI
  • Ayurvedic physician, BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery; India)
  • BSc in Chemistry
  • State-certified Ayurvedic practitioner
  • Founder of a Panchakarma healing centre

  • Ayurveda therapy instructor
Ms Gramya Binson
  • Ayurvedic physician, BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery; India)
  • State-certified Ayurvedic practitioner
  • Additional training in Panchakarma, special Ayurvedic treatments, nutrition and Yoga
Ayurvedic medicine offers